Books at JSTOR offers ebooks in Plant Science from such publishers as University of California Press, Columbia University Press, Yale University Press, and University of Pennsylvania Press. This collection contains 273 frontlist and backlist titles, divided into sets in these subdisciplines:

  - Biodiversity, Conservation & Ecology
  - Botany
  - Forestry, Ferns & Mosses
  - Garden & Landscape Design
  - Useful Plants (includes Agriculture, Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, Gardening, and Horticulture)
 
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Notable 2016 titles include:
 
Luke Morgan | University of Pennsylvania Press
 
Monsters, grotesque creatures, and giants were frequently depicted in Italian Renaissance landscape design, yet they have rarely been studied. Developing a new conceptual model of Renaissance landscape design, Morgan argues that the presence of monsters was not incidental but an essential feature of the experience of gardens. 
 
 
Luce Irigaray and Michael Marder | Columbia University Press
 
"This charming and beautifully written book is a two-person meditation on the philosophy, ontology, and ethics of plant life and our fundamental dependence on it as living beings."
—Elizabeth Grosz, Duke University
 

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